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Topic: Egyptian step pyramid method for solving value of inverse numbers
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adam sageripious

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Egyptian step pyramid method for solving value of inverse numbers
Posted: Oct 5, 2009 10:33 PM
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hello there folks, I am a number theorist, not trained in anything of particular but just love to play around with numbers... i have been making a nice in depth study of how to "grow" the decimal equivalent of inverse numbers and would liek to know if anyone else is also investigatin gthis in the hopes of maybe joining forces in this field. I have already found 4 ways of growing the inverted numbers decimal equivalent using multiplication, pattern additivity, left and right hand addition and want to knwo if anyone out there knows about any of this, i know that most will not have any idea what i am talking about, but for anyone who knows about this, they will truly know what i am discussing, thanks for your time, ttyl



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